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Casual Contemporary Kitchen by Chris Novak Berry

2011 NKBA Design Competition - Small Kitchens: First Place

The young homeowners wanted a clean transitional design that would bring light and openness, as well as a more efficient traffic pattern. On a limited budget, key details have created a standout design. The stainless feet on the range are duplicated on adjacent base cabinets. An inset made of window screening sandwiched between sheets of acrylic was created for the tall china cabinet. Warmer hued cabinetry and wood flooring is balanced by the numerous touches of stainless interspersed throughout the space. Removal of a pantry and soffits, along with the incorporation of well-appointed lighting has eliminated the once cramped and dim environment. This design is a beautiful example of form, function and integration in harmonious accord.

Co-designer: Julie Gragg

Photo By: Alise O'Brien Photography
Chris Novak Berry
brooksBerry Kitchens & Baths
751 Old Frontenac Square
St. Louis MO 63131
phone (314) 872-7720
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